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We're running out of options to treat gonorrhea
Seven patients seeking treatment of gonorrhea in Honolulu were infected with strains of the virus that resisted available drugs for treatment.
Florida's Zika outbreak sparks emergency response and travel warning
Florida is now the first state to see an outbreak of the virus transmitted locally from mosquitos, with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention dispatching teams to assist in the response.
Colombia says the Zika epidemic is over — but birth defects have yet to peak
The country's health authorities say the population must nevertheless continue protecting itself against contracting the virus that “is here to stay.”
While US Works to Contain Ebola, the Outbreak in West Africa Keeps Getting Worse
US officials are focusing on easing public panic and boosting hospital preparedness for Ebola, while Liberia faces a shortage of body bags and other critical supplies.
US Doctor with Ebola Believed to Be Improving in Atlanta Hospital
The current Ebola epidemic has already infected some 1,400 people and killed 826 people, according to the World Health Organization.